As a tutorial host, I want to teach each of these individually but the truth is, the crocheter really needs to learn how to read a graph to follow this concept. Some of these concepts are easier than others. Of course, the more colours you crochet with, the harder it is. So you, as a crocheter, have to determine your own patience level.
We have an introduction video that has brought in 1.3 million views which people are using to help themselves with this concept. As the years have progressed, Yarnspirations keeps dropping new corner-to-corner patterns.
To put it bluntly, as a tutorial host, I get requests to teach everything under the sun from corner to corner. Like other blankets I design, if I design a square, people want a circle or rectangle instead. It’s hard to get it right and live up to expectations.
I have learned over the years that once people pick up this concept, they have the world as their resource centre as the concept is similar across the globe. She has the Corner-To-Corner Lap Throws for the Family.
So I can teach you the tricks to reading these diagrams, creating your own, and how to change colours.
Sarah Zimmerman is a leading host in this concept. She’s from Repeat Crafter Me. She’s my inspiration and eats this stuff for breakfast. She absolutely loves it. Don’t miss her Gnomes of 2022 C2C Collection that is releasing this year.
Graphghans in C2C For Beginners
Free Patterns to Enjoy
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I think the most challenging thing about C2C graphs is me; I’m left-handed. The graphs may have letters then I can’t do a simple reverse image. I get all twisted and wound up. I tend to make graphghans from SC stitch because I have less challenges as a lefty; I start in the lower left and work up (again, words are a challenge).
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